amend (v.)
cure, heal, improve
1H4 III.i.174[Worcester to Hotspur, of baiting Glendower] You must needs learn ... to amend this fault
2H4 I.ii.125[Lord Chief Justice to Falstaff] To punish you by the heels would amend the attention of your ears
Cym IV.ii.12[Innogen to all] I am ill, but your being by me / Cannot amend me
LC.214[of an emerald] in whose fresh regard, / Weak sights their sickly radiance do amend
LLL IV.iii.74[Berowne to himself, of the votaries] God amend us
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